Craftsman Architecture salvage store in the Australian city of Newcastle has gone into voluntary liquidation.

The store’s owner, Andrew Southey, had already lost all of his funds when he bought the property in January 2015.

Mr Southolts father, Ian, was a member of the company, which built the store in 1968.

He is now deceased and the store is run by his sister, Mary.

Mr Andrew Souts father was an active member of Craftsmans company.

The family said that he would always be remembered as an avid and enthusiastic shopper, with many items of clothing and crafts on his shelves.

It is not clear if the family will ever find the money to recover the building, which Mr Souts dad used to renovate and run.

In the early 1990s, Mr S Outholts wife, Mary, sold the store to a family member who had also become involved in the business.

The property is now part of a property trust.

Mr Outholt’s family said they had not been able to sell the store for a long time and had been planning a liquidation to secure the building’s future.

Mr Ian Southolm died in October 2019 aged 93.

“I’m just happy to see the store going,” he said.

I think it’s great to have a family run business, I think they’ll get the best out of it.” “

The owners are doing very well and I’m really pleased with the building and the owners.”

I think it’s great to have a family run business, I think they’ll get the best out of it.

They’ve been successful and it will be nice to see it go,” he told the ABC.